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Bourbon Lemonade Cocktail Recipe

In this bourbon lemonade recipe, everyone’s favorite picnic drink gets a splash of spirits and a sprig of rosemary. Whip some up at an outdoor get-together.
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Food

NC Farm-To-Table Restaurants to Visit This Spring

You saw our winter list of farm-to-table restaurants. This spring, check out these seven restaurants with offerings as fresh as the flowers outside your door and stay tuned for our summer list.
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Single Brothers Boasts Cocktails with Conversation

Where cocktails spark conversation in Winston-Salem.

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Music and Food Merge at Soundbites at the Pub

Trade the auditorium chair for a seat at the table: The North Carolina Symphony’s Soundbites at the Pub series brings together good food, beautiful music, and new friends.
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Baileys Chai Cocktail Recipe

For all those rainy, chilly days in March, this Baileys Chai cocktail recipe will certainly soothe the soul.
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Unearthed: Feast Down East

Based in Wilmington, North Carolina, Feast Down East is a nonprofit that ensures the livelihoods of small-scale farmers through community outreach.
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Collard Cravings

A sandwich of backyard ingredients represents the heritage and homeland of a North Carolina Tribe.
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St. Paddy’s Day Sweet Potatoes and Greens Recipe

Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish of white potatoes and greens. Serve this Southern version, featuring North Carolina sweet potatoes and collards, with ham for St. Patrick’s Day, or year-round.
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Kings of Livermush

In grits, on white bread, or scrambled with eggs, this Cleveland County staple is much more than “Southern weird.”
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Southern Irish Soda Bread Cornbread Recipe

This cornbread is the perfect accompaniment for our Southern St. Patrick’s Day meal. Caraway seed brings the flavor usually found in corned beef recipes. Adding a bit of sugar and raisins — typically found in traditional Irish Soda Bread — brings this Celtic meal with a Dixie twist full circle.
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